The Fed will struggle to explain the need for more interest rate cuts after Wednesday's expected reductionape
by Lou Barnes | Jul 31
Slower economic growth will mean more static interest rates and increasing affordability, a new study from Fannie Mae says
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 14
NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun says tax reform should get the U.S. economy back to 3% growth in 2018
by Marian McPherson | Jan 26
Stocks and bonds have been going nuts, in violation of money rules
by Lou Barnes | Jan 3
The post-election bond wreck is having a global impact
by Lou Barnes | Dec 19
Iran’s high and ultra-high-net worth individuals will finally be free to invest abroad
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Apr 15
A comprehensive survey from the Urban Land Institute gives us a detailed perspective
by Caroline Feeney | Apr 7
Productivity is the way we raise our standard of living, and increased productivity is the result of increased savings and investment -- we don’t have either of those
by Lou Barnes | Mar 28
The Fed and the global economy are in a unique pickle
by Lou Barnes | Feb 5
Howmuch.net paints 3D picture of best GDP growth by metro area — will housing market gains in those cities follow that success?
by Amy Tankersley | Nov 19
An ambassador's digital scrapbook -- with graphics from #ICLX
by Dusty Baker | Nov 4
Fannie Mae says 2015 will not be a 'breakout year' after all
by Inman | Aug 19
Minutes show chaotic disagreement on how to tighten
by Lou Barnes | Jul 11
Fannie Mae: Housing's contribution to economic growth expected to double in 2014
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jan 13
More evidence that this recovery will look like no other since World War II
by Lou Barnes | Jan 10